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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 February 1911

91 Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, Feb. IT, 1911. The First Monday fit March will be Trades Day in Aspernio ASPERMONT'S TRADE DAY First Monday in March Over $60.00 in Prizes Given Away. Ten Thousand People to be Here. , • -J-. - The first Monday in March will be trades day for Aspermont. The Young Men's Booster Club is back of this move. There will be over $60.00 in prizes given away on that day. Read the list of prizes elsewhere in this issue. Everybody in Stonewall and ad- joining counties are expected to be here and be in the contest for these prises. Aspermont will be barred. We expect ten thousand people here on that day. It will be the biggest first Monday ever pulled off in West Texas. Every- bodv wants to come and bring their chickens, stallions, brood mares, draft horses,- mule and horse colts, and pigs. The largest prize is offered for the largest baby under one year old, $12.00, and the Craig Photo Gallery offers one do...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 February 1911

Good Goods PRICES aS^8a We are not closing out at cost, neither are we going to move, but we have put prices on Goods that will move them. Our Flour has arrived. In quality it has no superior. Prices * for best and $2.85 for second quality. . . . Come in and see us, and make our store y headquarters while in the city. J. A. CARROLL, Aspermont, üMüi Noble Motherhood. Emeline Carson says that wo- men have a widespread responsi- bility, and are largely responsible for what men are. Initiators of their first thoughts, companions in the various periods of life, they exert an influence for good or bad. The seeds of mother- hood have born splendid fruit; that fruit is getting slowly bilghted by a deadly poison. Un- less we all individually set to work and destroy this, sad times will be in store for us. If wo- men are bad the whole Nation suffers; if they are good, the rays of their goodness extend indefi- nitely; the true greatness of the individual constitute the true grandeur of Nations...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 February 1911

The Star Has One of the Very Best Job Printing Offices IN WEST TEXAS Prices are Right S Livery, Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. BINGHAM Proprietor Good, Serviceable Teams and Up-to-now Rigs. Special attention to Transient Trade. Feed Always on Hand. Aspermont, Texas ,/ / Produce Wanted! We pay the Uignest market price for V Turkeys, Ghickens, Butter and Eggs, Hides and Skins CITY MEAT MARKET. F-J-PALBY- p™p STAR : DRUG : STORE Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Our Store is Complete with Everything that belongs to a *first-class Drug Store. See us. LOCALS AND PERSONALS Come in and get your photo \ taken at Craig's gallery. We do good work—across the street from Bryant-Link Co. tf S. J. King from Swenson was in town Saturday. Walter Bulloch, our popular drayman, is now buying Castoria and Syrup of Figs. It is another red-headed boy. L. A. Huntsman was a pleasant caller at The Star office this week. For Fine Photos see the Craig Photograph Gallery across the street from Bryant-Ling Co. tf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 February 1911

WANTED TO PURCHASE BABY ¡«mail Qlrl Willing to Spend the Money, but Was on Lookout for a Bargain. The shrewd small daughter of a clever Chicago business man not long i since exemplified at once her faith In i her tether's judgment and her bud- ding sense of commercial values. She ¡and her brothers long had been clam- oring for a sister, and the father, at | Christmas time, had laughingly pre- sented the mother with a generous check, explaining that she could buy a baby with it if she so desired. The children listened seriously, talked the t ¡matter over and decided that the dear mother had displayed unwonted self- ishness when, upon Christmas morn- ing, she announced that she had pur- chased, not the longed-for little sister, but a diamond brooch. A little' later Jennie, representing the Juvenile mem- ben of the family, asked for a private ■word with her father and handed him three little bank books. *D«car an' John an' me have saved >19 oar money,** she explained, "un- til we're...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 February 1911

tmém MONEYTOLOAN ON FARMS AND RANCHES We haye loaned more money in Stonewall and Kent counties in the last twelve months than all other firms com- bined. We still have a few thousand to put out on gcod securities. See us. We get the money. We write Fire In- surance, ten of the strongest companies in America. We sell and buy land. We make abstracts, write deeds and do all kinds of notary work. McCord Realty Company Over First Nat. Bank. Telephone No. 6 An Indignant PV •. By A. M. Uepositor perkerson I CITY BARBER SHOP | BUTLER & PAYNE, Props. 4 All Work First Class ▼ Hot and Cold Baths J Agents DUBLIN STEAM LAUNDRY I STRICTLY CASH West Side 6oal, Grain and Hay Come to us to buy you feed. We always keep a good supply and will appreciate your patronage FIELD SEEDS FOR PLANTING See Us for Coal Store first door north of Livery Stable Phone No. 62 McLAURY & LEE «a* When in Aspermont Stop at THE WHATLEY HOTEL At the Wagon Yard. Rates $1.00 per day. Meals 25c Good fare and clean bed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 February 1911

: N ■ v Ladies Coats Now is the time to buy a coat. We have a few ladies and misses cloaks and capes, well tailored and carefully finished, that we are selling at greatly reduced prices. V Ladies Waists The Fashionable tailored waists of Linen, Lineve, Madras; also a few Lin- gerie waists. Prices to suit every pocket book. Dress Goods You will find in our stock all the latest and most popular styles as well as a nice line of staple dress goods. resolved THAT WE .SELL 5HOE5 You CAN JLIP RIGHT INTO. ¿TRONG,DÜRABLE AND HANDSOME ATA FAIR. PRICE CopyriflfM-.tor? V ^"/TÓ u /cm. M Tf yj "Fit" is the first thing you want in a pair of Shoes. We carry a large stock of shoes, that is why we can fit you. "Look" and "wear" are the next things you want in a pair of shoes. We sell shoes that look and wear well. Have just opened our spring stock of Shoes. The most beautiful line of Ladies, Misses and Children's Oxfords and Pumps ever brought to this town. Come and see. N. G. ROLLINS V t Ginghams Ju...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 February 1911

'm/m/K wíSteM TUBS WONT IF Y WATER CISTE s Notice, County Depository. You will save more than enough on Doctor's bills to buy a Cistern, if you'll own one, and drink water pure as it falls from the sky. Perhaps you may prevent even death itself from knocking at your door, if you buy a Cistern. In buying your Cistern *you should consider durability as well as capacity. The Cisterns which we sell will last a lifetime and keep your water pure and sparkling. S. B. Pierson Hardware and Furniture R. B. Spencer & Co Wants Your Lumber Trade See us before you buy. Quick Sales and small profits has always been our business policy. J. B. Lipscomb, M'g'r. Aspermont, Texas Webb & Price Dealers in Real Estate, City and Country Property, Brokerage and Loan Business. Will do a general Exchange Business in all kinds of Property. List your property with us, will find you a buyer for same. See us for loans. Call on us at T. M. Hal- comb's old real estate office, Aspermont, Texas. I Webb & ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 February 1911

E. M. Bilberry Feed Store, Wagon Yard & Good Livery Rigs. A Fresh Car of Mixed Feed Just Received. Peacock, Texas AH ORDINANCE Of the Town of Aspermont, Texas. Section 1. Be it ordained by the town council of the town of Aspermont, Texas, that it shall be unlawful for any horse, mare, mule, jack, jennet, cow,yearling, sheep or goat to run at large within the corporate limits of the town of Aspermont, Texas, be- tween the first day of September and the first day of May of each year. Section 2. it shall be the duty of the city marshal to cause to be taken up any and all of the above named animals found running at large within the corporate limits of the town of Aspermont be- tween said dates, and cause the same to be placed and kept in a secure enclosure to be provided by him for that purpose. Section 3. For taking up and impounding any of the above named animals the city marshal shall receive one dollar per head, and for taking care of and feed- ing the same while so impounded he...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 February 1911

mm The Aspermont St Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, Feb. 24, 1911. Vol. 13. The First Monday in March wiil be Trades Day in Glorious Rain in Stonewall Home Mission Notes. All the Water Tanks are Full and the Creeks and Rivers Ran. Railroad Bridges on Salt Fork and Double Mountain Fork Were Wrecked. One of the best rains that has visited Stonewall countv in some two or three years fell here last Friday. It began to rain about 8 o'clock in the morning and con- tinued throughout the day with- out a let-up; rained all Friday night and did not stop until about 4 o'clock Saturday morn- ing. It rained for twentv hours without ceasing. The weather gage registered 2/^ inch rain fall. The result of this rain: The earth is thoroughly soaked and all the water holes are lip- ping full. The creeks ran and the river ran, too. The railroad bridges on the Wichita Valley over the Salt Fork and Double Mountain Fork were both badly wrecked and passen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 February 1911

at Low PRICES = ¥ 1 ' I ' We are not closing out at cost, neither are we going to move, but we bave put prices on our Goods that will move them. Our Flour has arrived. In quality it has no superior. Prices $3.00 for best and $2.85 for second quality. . . . Come in and see us, and make our store your headquarters while in the city. "33 Aspermont, Texas J. A. CARROLL, LOCALS AND PERSONALS J.M. Forgus was in town Mon- day. J.E. Keen was in the city Mon- day. We have bargains in city prop- erty. Johnson Land Title Co. 31 Ed. Huntsman was down from Swenson Monday. The road gang are now at work on the Mattie road, claying same. The recent rain saved the wheat and oat crop. R. P. Morrow and son were down from Mattie Monday. We want to list your real estate for sale. Johnson Land Title Co. 31 C. N. Poore was down from Shinery Lake Mondav- C. N. says that all the water holes are full and old mother earth is sure wet. A. Q; Dayis met us on the street last week and said, ltsend me the Star." P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 February 1911

, f ;; k f f % s \ 1MONEYTOLOAN ~ ON FARMS AND RANCHES We have loaned more money in Stonewall and Kent counties in the last twelve months than all other firms com- bined. We still have a few thousand to put out on gcod securities. See us. We get the money. We write Fire In- surance, ten of the strongest companies in/America. We sell and buy land. We make abstracts, write deeds and do all kinds of notary work. McCord Realty Company Over First Nat. Bank. Telephone No. 6 CITY BARBER SHOP BUTLER & PAYNE, Props. All Work First Class Hot and Cold Baths , Agents DUBLIN STEAM LAUNDRY STRICTLY CASH West Side A 6oal, Grain and Hay Come to us to buy you feed. We always keep a good supply and will appreciate your patronage FIELD SEEDS FOR PLANTING See Us for Coal Store first door north of Livery Stable Phone No. 62 McLAURY & LEE Announces Divine Message. When in Aspermont Stop at THE WHATLEY HOTEL At the Wagon Yard. Rates $1.00 per day. Meals 25c. Good fare and clean beds Mrs. M. E. Wha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 February 1911

Ladies Coats Now is the time to buy a coat. We have a few ladies and misses cloaks and capes, well tailored and carefully finished, that we are selling at greatly reduced prices. Ladies Waists The Fashionable tailored waists of Linen, Lineve, Madras; also a few Lin- gerie waists. Prices to suit every pocket book. resolved TH^T VE 3ELL SHOES YOU CAN ¿LIP RIGHT INTo. ¿trono, Durable and HANDSOME AT A FAIR, PRICE Dress Goods You will find in our stock all the latest and most popular styles as well as a nice line of staple dress goods. v ^-/Tou /cdm //jg Y#' "Fit" is the first thing you want in a pair of Shoes. We carry a large stock of shoes, that is why we can fit you. "Look" and "wear" are the next things you want in a pair of shoes. We sell shoes that look and wear well. Have just opened our spring stock of Shoes. The most beautiful line of Ladies, Misses and Children's Oxfords and Pumps ever brought to this town. Come and see. N. G. ROLLINS Ginghams Just opened a new line of staple...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 February 1911

Ill B Has One o! the Very Best Job Printing Offices IN WEST TEXAS Prices are Right —SESBaSHBBBfct Livery,Feed AND SALES STABLE . B I N G H A Proprietor Good, Serviceable Teams and Up-to-now Rigs. Special attention to Transient Trade. Feed Always on Hand. Aspermont, Texas Produce Wanted! We pay the mgnest market price for Turkeys, Chickens, Butter and Eggs, Hides and Skins CITY MEAT MARKET. *•J-PALBY-Frop STAR PRUG : STORE Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Our Store is Complete with Everything- that belongs to a first-class Drug Store. See us. LOCALS AND PERSONALS Dont forget about that first Monday in March, the crowd will be here. Bring your swapping horses. First Monday in March will be a big day, every body and his kinsfolks will be here. Clint Granthan was down from Gatling Tuesday doing business with our merchants. Well, do you want your picture taken? See Craig, the picture man—work guaranteed and the prices right. tf Complete works of Edgar Allen Poe in ten volumes, cloth bi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 February 1911

OXOTOIOTOTOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIO m Ml 8 * g g 0 * * * * * * * * * * * * * ft t Aspermont She sits here like a Diamond Broach on the Fertile Bosom of Stonewall County, the Fairest Garden of all, and she extends the Glad Hand of Welcome to Capital, Brain and Brawn. Asper= mont is the Capital City of Stonewall County, whose fertile plains and vine=clad hills are more productive than the Delta of the Nile. Here is the Home of King Cotton, and her fields bloom with the Golden Grain and the grape vine staggers from tree to tree drunk with its own wine. StonewallCounty Has the most Celubrious Climate on the Globe; the gentle Zephyr Breeze paint red roses in your cheeks and the purified air will take the bile out of your stomach. Moral: Yon, be Happy and Live Forever. a Come to Stonewall County where Prosperity will Smile on 8 oloiololoiolololoxoloioloiolololoioioioioioittioioiozo

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 February 1911

; WONT * «s-o-ZiT The Greatness of Texas. You will savé more than enough on Doctor's bills to buy a Cistern, if you'll own one, and drink < water pure as it falls from the sky. Perhaps you may prevent even death itself from knocking at your door, if you buy a Cistern. In buying your Cistern you should consider durability as well as capacity. The Cisterns which we sell will last a lifetime and keep your water pure and sparkling. S. B. Pierson Hardware and Furniture R.B. Spencer & Co Í Wants Your Lumber Trade See us before you buyT Quick Sales and small profits has always been our business policy. J. B. Lipscomb, M'g'r. Aspermont, Texas W* m i Webb & Pierce Dealers in Real Estate, City and Country Property, Brokerage and Loan Business. Will do a general Exchange Business in all kinds of Property. List your property with us, will find you a buyer for same. See us for loans. Call on us at T. M. Hal- comb's old real estate office, Aspermont, Texas. Webb & Pierce Sometimes ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 February 1911

Bilberry Feed Store, Wagon Yard & Good Livery Rigs. A Fresh Car of Mixed Feed Just Received. Peacock, Texas Commissioners' Court. It was ordered by the Court that the report of D. R. Couch, treasurer of the Aspermont inde- pendent school district be ap- proved. It was ordered by the Court that the quarterly report of A.S. Bradford, justice of the peace of precinct No. 5, be approved. It was ordered by / the Court, upon the application pf J. A. Gholston, that the old school building at Mt. Olive be sold by the trustees of said district,either on time or credit, at public or private sale, as may seem best to said trustees. It was further ordered that said trustees make report of same to the Court at next regular term. The report of the Stonewall State Bank at Peacock, said bank being the depository of school funds of Stonewall county, was examined and approved' by the Court. It was ordered by the Court on the application of the Stonewall State Bank at Peacock for a re- bate of tax...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 March 1911

/ Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, March 3,1911. Vol. 13. Wo m «■HE A Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher The First Monday In March will be Trades Day in From Brandenburg. Brandenburg, Feb., 27, 1911. Yes, Mr. Editor, we got a good rain down here at Brandenburg, and we are going to put our shoulders to the wheel, but for good roads, we have had our shoulders to the wheel for a long time, but it do no good. The Hon. Couii ssioners Court got no money to grant us for public roads. The little land owners of ours give the roads, but it looks like the big land owners don't need any roads. They wánt pay for the land for roads, and when the road gets to the land of the so called big man, the Hon. Court backs up to the other end of the road and so we have to sell, because we got to go somewhere. Do you think, Mr. Editor, the penple will be so foolish and vote for a $75.000 court house, if they don't get roads to get to it? So let us put our shoulders to the wheels and help us...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 March 1911

. V,*;, SjSgf: Now is the time to get your Laces and Embroideries. We have just received 2,000 yards of Lace and as much Embroidery, and are offering it for sale at COST on Trades Day. Price Our New Ginghams, Percales and Calico. We keep a nice, fresh stock of Groceries at all times. We cordially invite you to make our store your head- quarters. Come and see us, we will be glad to have you, whether you buy or not. Let us show you our Goods and give you our prices. J. A. CARROLL, ei!spermont, Texas Stealing a Comet. A European astronomer has tried flrith some success to steal a comet.. IBome weeks ago a new comet was announced and received the name of Ithe comet Cerulll, after Its finder. Soon, however, other astroiyxners were unkind enough to point out that lie had appropriated what belongs to -another, and that this was without donM Pay's comet, discovered In 1843. Its period Is a little less than 7% years, and it made Its reappearances on time up to 1895. It should have come back ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 March 1911

11 'i' / MONEYTOLOANS ON FARMS AND RANCHES § We have loaned more money in Stonewall and Kent W5 counties in the last twelve months than all other firms com- W bined. We still have a few thousand to put out on g<_od securities. See us. We get the money. We write Fire In- W5 surance, ten of the strongest companies in America. We sell and buy land. We make abstracts, write deeds and do *5 all kinds of notary work. ^ § McCord Realty Company ® \ Over First Nat Bank. Telephone No. 6 ^ HE WITHDREW HIS REMARKS CITY BARBER SHOP BUTLER & PAYNE, Props. AH Work First Class Hot and Cold Baths Agents DUBLIN STEAM LAUNDRY STRICTLY CASH West Side Cleveland Councilman cf the Old Days Rebuked for Attack on Foreign- Born Citizens. Secretary L. P. Mellen of the Early Settlers' association, has in his posses- sion a letter from Joseph Bartlett, now iliving in Toledo, giving some incidents Regarding the city council 'way back ¡before the war. In this interesting iletter the writer says: "I was at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 March 1911

/ Blankets A nice line of wool and cotton blankets at greatly re- duced prices. Large eleven-quarter blankets that were $3.50, now $2.50. $2.50 blankets for $2.00. $2.00 blankets for $1.50. $1.50 blankets for $1.25. Rugs, Etc. We want to close out our line of Mattings, Rugs, Art Squares and Linoleum, and can save you money on them. Let us show you be- fore you buy. Overshirts We still have a nice line of Men's Overshirts in wool and cotton. All-wool Flannel Shirts that were $2.50, now $2.00. $2.00 Shirts now $1.50. $1.00 Shirts 75c. Percale Shirts 50c to 25c. ¡¿///iij/fM) To 'of ■ resolved that jnow 15 not the only thlmc that falls [this time of the year.- our prices are coming Cxwn on -Some of our- ¡very best values. we d0n.t wan4any left- overs buster «... <r>"7érz~'/A YE.S, OUR PRICED HAVE TALLEN ON WHAT WE HAVE LEFT or OUR REGULAR LINE OF GOOD MERCHANDISE. IT 1,5 IMPOSSIBLE TO BUY EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE GOING To SELL AND No MORE. WHAT WE HAVE LEFT OF OUR WINTER GOODS WE WILL...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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